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Taiwan: 7D6N Lantern Festival Tour

From: Groupon Singapore

Taiwan: 7D6N Lantern Festival Tour
  • 14 Feb 2015
  • 22 Jan 2015
  • Mar 2015 to Mar 2015
  • SGD953
Visit the Miniatures Museum of Taiwan, Nan Tien Temple, Taroko National Park, Eternal Spring Shrine, Mei Non Hakka Village, and more.
Travel during celebrations of Taiwan’s Lantern Festival.
Taipei is ranked first in TripAdvisor’s Top 10 Destinations in Taiwan.

Fine Print
Book by Date: Feb 15, 2015.
Travel Period:
Mar 4, 2015.
Mar 11, 2015.

Includes (for 1 person):
  • 7D6N Taiwan Lantern Festival tour.
  • Stay at local hotels.
  • Return China Eastern Airlines flights.
  • Meals, entrance fees, and ground transfer as per itinerary.

Does Not Include: Entry visa (if required), airport transfer, all meals not specified, travel insurance, items of a personal nature, porterage and tipping and sightseeing not mentioned.
General: Min. 2 to go. 2 Groupons per room, based on double occupancy. Passports must have a min. validity of 6 months from expiry date on date of travel. Visa application (where applicable) and personal travel documents are the sole responsibility of travellers. Rate is inclusive of applicable taxes and service charges. See the rules that apply to all deals.
Policies: No refund or cancellations allowed upon confirmation of booking. No-shows forfeit Groupon.
Single traveller: $220 per person.
Compulsory tipping for guide: NT700 per person for 7 days.

Business registration: 197201228W

The deal

Tour + local hotel stay + return flights
  • 7D6N vacation for 1 for $953 (up to $1,253 value)

7D6N Tour of Taiwan
Travel into the wealth of Taiwan’s natural attractions and scenic sanctums, as the tour draws you into the folds of Taoyuan, Hualien, Chihpen, Kaohsiung City, Taichung, and Taipei. Fall into admiration with wide-reaching landscapes of verdant national parks and take a daring dip into humble bubbling hot springs, as your guide helms stops along various spots of significance, while meals come prepared as per the itinerary.

Explore a shifted take on the term ‘living large’ at the Miniatures Museum of Taiwan, where miniature dioramas and varied minuscule settings form a grand cornucopia of tiny worlds. Founded by natives Lin Wen-Jen and Lin Chin-Mei, the gallery features collections of miniatures gathered over the span of the couple’s worldwide travels, as well as contributory pieces sourced from European and American artists.

Venture into verdant green forest tracts and take in the scenery of Taroko National Park, a culmination of the nation’s efforts in nature conservation alongside its wider pursuits of economic growth and modernisation. Established in 1986, the national park shelters a plenitude of scenic vantage points, like the towering platforms of Qingshui Cliff, affording viewers a wide-reaching view of the Pacific Ocean undulating below.

Bask in scenes of traditional artistry and architectural wonders at the Spring and Autumn Pavilions in Kaohsiung. Situated south of the Lotus Lake esplanade, the two towers were completed in 1951 and stand in honour of Kuan Kung, or the God of War. Travelling further south from the towers, the tour makes a stop at the Dragon and Tiger Pavilions, a pairing of towering structures imposing in their own right. Visitors make their way through the dragon-mouth entrance and exit via its neighbouring passageway, veritably resembling a crouching tiger - with the belief of turning bad luck into good fortunes.

Known to hold the largest body of water in Taiwan, the Sun Moon Lake National Scenic Area boasts sprawling views of the surrounding coastal panoramas. In addition to being the muse for many a poet, the lake’s surrounding tract yields tranquil sights of cerulean waters and cherry blossoms in early Spring, earning the scenic route a spot in CNN’s list of the world’s most breathtaking cycling routes.

Before winding down to the tour’s end, launch leisurely excursions into the variety of shopping hubs and markets lining Taipei’s commercial district. Browse branded buys and fashion necessities at 101 Shopping Mall, or saunter on down to the streets, where Shihlin’s famed Night Market offers a smorgasbord of crafts, accessories, and the odd trinket or two; in addition to local cuisine favourites including oyster omelettes, jumbo sausages, ribs stewed in herbal brews, Shanghai buns, and more.

Flight schedule
Singapore to Taipei
CI 752: Departure time: 10.25am
Arrival time: 3pm

CI 754: Departure time: 2.05pm
Arrival time: 6.40pm

Taipei to Singapore
CI 753: Departure time: 8.20am
Arrival time: 1.05pm

CI 751: Departure time: 4.05pm
Arrival time: 8.20pm

For reference only and subject to availability

Standard Room stay at:
Taoyuan Holiday Inn Express  - Hualien Lige Hotel
Chihpen Goya Hot Spring Hotel and Spa
Kaohsiung International Citizen Hotel
Hamilton Hotel Taichung
Taipei Golden Garden Hotel
Or hotel with similar rating

Max. occupancy: 2 adults or 2 adults with 1 child aged 2 – 11. Child guest subject to additional charges
Rooms are on twin-sharing basis
Room, bedding, and facilities vary from hotel to hotel

Add-ons (payable to New Shan Travel)
Stay with extra bed for child aged 2 – 11: $873 per person
Stay with existing bed for child aged 2 – 11: $773 per person

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